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Corn Maize Labyrinth


In September and October, our farm will be open for pumpkin picking and our annual corn maze on Saturdays and Sundays, from September 9th, 2023 until October 29th, 2023.


Our operating hours will be from

10 am to 4 pm on these days. We will also be open on Thanksgiving Monday and the Limestone District School Board P.A Days (subject to weather conditions). Please note that the last entry to the farm will be allowed at 3 pm.  

Reservations are NOT required!



Each year, we create a 5-6 acre maze in a field of cattle corn, which we plant and cut. Our maze is ready for visitors in early September and October. To ensure that the whole family can participate and enjoy the adventure, we keep our mazes on the smaller side. Additionally, each season features a new theme, so we never make the same maze twice.

While it is possible to walk through the correct pathways in under 20 minutes, most visitors, including adults and children, will require approximately one hour to travel through the maze and find all of the checkpoints.

Our 2023 theme is: To be announced in August!

Come prepared!

  • The maze will take anywhere from 20 minutes-2 hrs to complete depending on several factors; if you decide to complete all of the checkpoints, if you decide to exit early, who you are with (think small children)

  • Wear appropriate footwear - you will be walking through a farmers field, there will be mud if it's wet and the ground is bumpy and uneven

  • Wear layers -it's often warmer inside the maze and there is no breeze 

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult

  • Please stay on the paths (we can never repair the maze if you go off path) 

  • Maze is wide enough for strollers, wagons, wheelchairs however, not an easy task as the paths are still very bumpy

  • Please don't pick the corn (or the cow's might be hungry) That's right, the corn grown for the maze is cattle corn, not the sweet corn that we are accustomed to eating.

  • No smoking please


Maze fun for all ages!

We welcome groups, families and individuals. Our busiest week-end tends to be around Thanksgiving when many families gather to have some outdoor fun. 

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